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Л. КАЗАКОВА. 1973. Гусь-Хрустальньій. Moscow, Russia: Soviet Painter No. pages: 216. 
Added by: Frank A (03 Feb 2013 02:58:28 UTC)   Last edited by: Frank A (13 Feb 2013 13:30:04 UTC)
Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: 1973
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Categories: Art Glass, Glassmakers (World)
Keywords: 1700s, 1800s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, A. Kurilov, A. Lipskaya, E. Rogov, F. Ibraguimov, History, O. Koslova, R. Aksenov, Russia, S. Pivovarov, S. Verin, V. Filatov, V. Korneev, V. Muratov
Creators: Казакова
Publisher: Soviet Painter (Moscow, Russia)
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Abstract     
Translation of title: Gus-Khrustalny

(Russian Art Glass works)

153 plates mostly colour, Russian text with brief summary at rear as well as captions in English.

The authors is enthusiastic about the maturing of art glass in the factory in the 1960-70 period and this shows well in the images with the bestwork as it moves into the 1970s. A sequel to this book would be interesting! The first part of the book gives the history of the glassworks that were established in 1752 and have survived all the of the changes in Russia.

Artists shown with examples of their work: A. Lipskaya, E. Rogov,  V. Korneev, V. Filatov, V. Muratov, S. Pivovarov, A. Kurilov, O. Koslova, F. Ibraguimov, S. Verin, R. Aksenov. Koslova being the only woman!

 


  
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